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i adjective (negative)

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English Meaning(s) for ぎこちない

i adjective (negative)
  1. awkward; clumsy; stiff; crude; unrefined; constrained

Definition and Synonyms for ぎこちない

Inept not elegant or graceful in expression
Synonyms: へた, へた, へま, まずい, つたない, へたくそ, ぎこちない, ぶきっちょ, 下手, 下手, 下手, 不得意, 不得手, 不精巧, , 蕪雑
Awkward lacking grace or skill in manner or movement or performance
Synonyms: まずい, つたない, ぶさいく, へたくそ, ぎこちない, ぶきっちょ, 下手, 下手, 下手, 不器用, 不格好,
Laboured lacking natural ease
Synonyms: ぎこちない, 不自然, 苦しい
Clumsy showing lack of skill or aptitude
Synonyms: へた, へた, へぼ, へま, まずい, つたない, ぎこちない, ぶきっちょ, 下手, 下手, 下手, 不器用, 不手際, , 非力
Awkwardness the carriage of someone whose movements and posture are ungainly or inelegant
Synonyms: ぎこちない, 不器用
Awkwardness the inelegance of someone stiff and unrelaxed (as by embarrassment)
Synonyms: ぎこちない

Categories ぎこちない is a member of

Inelegance the quality of lacking refinement and good taste
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Carriage characteristic way of bearing one's body
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Stroke Order Diagrams for ぎこちない

Conjugations for ぎこちない

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Present Indicative Negative Form
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Sample Sentences for ぎこちない

The movements of this robot are awkward.
The girl made an awkward bow.
The smirking male clerk replied.
We didn't hit it off too well at the beginning, but as we got to talking, we found we got along quite well.
Her movements were awkward and her gesture clumsy.

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